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AnotherBSUser 11th September 2020 03:48 AM

Explorer Becomes Unresponsive
 
When bsplayer opens a supported file through file explorer, bsplayer will cause that window to become unresponsive for about 10 seconds. It will then work again until another file is started. Doesn't seem to matter on what file type, or if it's network or local. Confirmed by using different media player without issue. I have used bsplayer for years, and this seems to be a recent problem for me. Not sure what info is needed.



Win 10, Intel I7, 64-bit system, standered App installation.

lezero gan 21st September 2020 08:55 AM

I have the same problem for the last 2 weeks.
when play a file, the explorer or any file manager will freeze, even if BsPlayer is stopped immediately.
very annoying when quick inspect Dozens of movies in a folder. have to wait 10 seconds between each file. does not happen in other viewers (VLC, AllPlayer…)
I think it started after upgrading the last build of windows 10, version 2004. Win 10 home, 64-bit system.

lezero gan 21st September 2020 09:29 AM

windows explorer freeze when run bsplayer
 
I have a problem for the last 2 weeks.
when play a file, the explorer or any file manager will freeze (not responding), even if BsPlayer is stopped immediately.
Very annoying when quick inspect Dozens of movies in a folder.
have to wait 10 seconds between each file.
Does not happen in other viewers (VLC, AllPlayer…).
I think it started after upgrading the last build of windows 10, version 2004. Win 10 home, 64-bit system.
BsPlayer version remains the same 2.75 as before when it was ok.
Uninstall and re-install did not helped.

remark: the problem happened in movies formats like "mpg, wmv, mp4, asf, avi" and so on, but not in "mov" format.

by adicoto: LE: merged with the other post.

adicoto 21st September 2020 09:53 AM

I can confirm this behavior.
Also running 2004, W10 Home x64.
Video file open and start playing, but explorer window freeze.
Does not happened if the video file it's dragged over BSPlayer's main window.
Intel C2D E8400, 8GB, integrated graphics.
BSPlayer 2.74 v 1087 PRO with LAV filters 0.72.0 as default splitter and video decoder and AC3Filter 2.6.0b as default audio decoder.

Updated to 2.75 v 1089 and LAV to 0.74.1-75. Same behavior.

LE: Moved to bug reports
LE2: Confirmed with the MOV files. Filters used to decode are the same as an MKV file in the same folder.

lezero gan 7th October 2020 11:28 PM

seems ok now
 
Today Microsoft updated windows 10 64bit version 2004 to -> build 19041.546, and it seems that the problem is solved

adicoto 9th October 2020 07:15 PM

Thank you for info. And glad the problem it's solved.
On my computer it's an optional update. Strange.


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